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Year 11 Distance Learning

Year 11 Self Isolation Work - W/C 19th October

Please follow the links below to access the subject content for each lesson. 

It is essential that the tasks are completed so that we can use this information to assess pupil understanding.  

Please make sure to email all your red zone tasks to your teacher.    

Subject

Content

Red Zone

 

Maths

Lesson 1: Visit your Hegarty Maths page

 

Lesson 1: Complete the work assigned by your classroom teacher

Lesson 2: Visit your Hegarty Maths page

 

Lesson 2: Complete the work assigned by your classroom teacher

Lesson 3: Visit your Hegarty Maths page

Lesson 3: Complete the work assigned by your classroom teacher

Lesson 4: Visit your Hegarty Maths page

 

Lesson 4: Complete the work assigned by your classroom teacher

Lesson 5: Visit your Hegarty Maths page

Lesson 5: Complete the work assigned by your classroom teacher

 

English

Lesson 1: The Inspector's identity

Lesson 1: What is revealed about the Identity of the Inspector at the end of the play? How would an audience respond to this?

Lesson 2: Mr Birling

Lesson 2: How is Mr. Birling presented?

Lesson 3:  Revision: Mr Birling's perspective

Lesson 3: Compare how Mr. Birling and the Inspector are presented

Lesson 4: Hope for change

Lesson 4: How is the theme of change presented through the play?

Lesson 5: Social responsibility and class

Lesson 5: What is Priestley’s message about social responsibility? What did he want his audience to learn?

 

Science

Lesson 1: Atomic structure

 

Lesson 1: Complete the worksheet part of the lesson to review atomic structure.

Lesson 2:  Electron configuration

 

Lesson 2:  Complete the worksheet part of the lesson to review the link between electron configuration and the position on the periodic table.

Lesson 3: Why elements react

Lesson 3: Complete the worksheet part of the lesson to review why metals and non- metals have different reactivity including the noble gases.

Lesson 4: Group 1: alkali metals

 

Lesson 4: Complete the worksheet to review the reactivity of the alkali metals

Lesson 5: ‘ To be mentioned …’

Lesson 5: Jon Chase is a science communicator. As part of black history month describe how we can communicate the contribution black scientists make to all young people.

 

History

 

Lesson 1: Introduction to the Ku Klux Klan

 

Lesson 1: Read the information and complete the tasks within the PowerPoint.

Lesson 2: Popularity and Decline of the KKK

Lesson 2: Read the information and complete the tasks within the PowerPoint.

 

Lesson 3: The Great Migration

Lesson 3: Read the information and complete the tasks within the PowerPoint.

 

 

Geography

Lesson 1: Coastal hard engineering

Lesson 1: “A sea wall is the only hard engineering strategy worth the cost” Discuss the statement considering different coastal process and hard engineering strategies

Lesson 2:  Coastal soft engineering

Lesson 2: “Soft engineering is not as effective as hard engineering” To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement.

Lesson 3:  Managed retreat

Lesson 3: Explain how a managed retreat is a sustainable coastal management strategy.

 

Spanish

Lesson 1 and 2: What do you prefer to do online?

Red Zone: answer the questions on the PowerPoint in Spanish. Use adjectives.

 

Art

Lesson 1: Fragmentation Spotlight - Pablo Picasso

Lesson 1: Create a continuous line drawing.

Lesson 2: Yr11 Weeping Woman .pptx

 

Lesson 2: Cubist Portrait – Instructions embedded in PowerPoint.

Lesson 3: BHM No Woman No Cry Chris Ofili.pptx

 

Lesson 3: Create a study of Ofili’s No Woman, No cry.

Business

 

Direct Marketing

Red Zone embedded into the PowerPoint.

 

Citizenship

Lesson 1: How does the UK political system compare to other systems?

 

Lesson 1: Research the American political structure (USA constitution) and compare with the UK. Evaluate which is the best for democracy and progress

Lesson 2: What are the differences between the UK and the US political systems?

Lesson 2: Update red zone from previous lesson.

What can we learn from America?

Lesson 3: How is the UK governed?

Lesson 3: Draw a diagram that highlights and explains/evaluates the role of the executive, judiciary and legislature.

Drama

Lesson 1, 2 and 3: Epic Theatre

Red Zone embedded into the PowerPoint.

Health and Social Care

Lesson 1: The Eatwell Guide

Lesson 1: Study the Eatwell guide and then explain why a healthy diet has a positive impact upon PIES.

Explain the limitations people may face when trying to eat a healthy diet and suggest ways they could overcome these.

BTEC Music - DBA

Rhymes, Repetition and Scales

 

Red Zone: Write out your rhythms above the stave
Write out your scale beneath the stave. Experiment with different notes in your rhythmic patterns

Combine your rhythm and notes to create a melody. Repeat this process for each section of the video (the buildup, the chase, the capture and the escape)

RSL Music

Musical Knowledge Development

Red Zone embedded into the PowerPoint.

P.E.

Lesson 1: Lesson 4 - Main component of the session

Lesson 1: Red zone embedded within the PowerPoint.

Lesson 2: Lesson 5 - Planning main component of a session

Lesson 2: Red zone embedded within the PowerPoint.

Lesson 3: Lesson 6 - Planning a cool down

Lesson 3: Red zone embedded within the PowerPoint.

Travel and Tourism

International Travel Destinations

Red Zone Embedded in PowerPoint

Technology

Lesson 1: Impact of new and emerging technologies

 

Lesson 1: Make notes for revision and revise the topic for end of topic test

Lesson 2 & 3: NEA Coursework tasks

 

Lesson 2: Complete first 4 tasks and begin initial ideas.

Hospitality & Catering

Lesson 1: Nutritional needs for a specific group

Lesson 1: Plan a day's meals for young adult who is going to run a marathon in a week’s time, who trains and runs for two hours every day.

Lesson 2 and 3: Culture Kitchen - Taco’s and potato wedges

Lesson 2 and 3: Ready, steady cook!

Take a photograph and email it over to

LCA-Tech@whiteroseacademies.org

 

If you do not have the ingredients available please create a production plan including a list of the ingredients, equipment needed and method. Your instructions on how to make the dish should be clear and simple for an apprentice to be able to follow.